We would like to join with international disbaility community in commemorating the life and achievements of Bengt Lindqvist, who died on international day of disabled persons 3 December 2016. Bengt was a formative influence in the global disabled people’s movement and in promoting a social interpretation of disability, and in his public leadership role as the first UN Rapporteur promoting and advancing disability on the global human rights agenda.
Disability Studies @CDSLeeds this week…
Some books by CDS staff
Broach S, Clements L and Read J (2016) Disabled Children: a legal handbook, Legal Action Group
Soorenian, A. (2013) Disabled International Students in British Higher Education: Experiences and Expectations, Sense
Campbell, T. (2013) Dyslexia: the government of reading, Macmillan
Matsui, A., Nagase, O., Sheldon, A., Goodley, D., Sawada, Y. and Kawashima, S. (eds) (2012) Creating a Society for All: Disability and Economy, The Disability Press.
Oliver, M. and Barnes, C. (2012) The New Politics of Disablement, Palgrave Macmillan
Roulstone, A., Sheldon, A. and Harris. J. (eds) (2016) Disability and Technology: Key papers from Disability and Society, Routledge
Roulstone, A. and Prideaux, S. (2012) Understanding Disability Policy, Policy Press
Roulstone, A and Bish-Mason, H (eds) (2012) Disability Hate Crime and Violence, Routledge.
Shah, S. and Priestley, M. (2011) Disability and Social Change: private lives and public policies, Policy Press
Schiek, D. and Lawson, A. (2011) European Union Non-Discrimination Law and Intersectionality: investigating the triangle of racial, gender and disability discrimination, Ashgate
Hollomotz A (2011) Learning Difficulties and Sexual Vulnerability. Jessica Kingsley Pub.
Hemingway, L. (2011) Disabled People and Housing: Choices, Opportunities and Barriers, Policy Press